Wanting an XJ6 for Fiancee


synefx
04-29-2004, 05:10 PM
I am not having any luck getting any help from any of the jag forums – perhaps you guys would be kind enough to answer my question: my fiancée is absolutely in LOVE with Jaguar cars - so I've decided to buy her one for her wedding present (89-91 XJ6). I've been in the car industry in the past and have not heard many, if any, good things about Jags (constant repairs, unreliable, etc.) I called a Jag mechanic and asked him about the 89-91 XJ6 and he said it would be a good car for her. She’s fairly good about maintaining her cars – but I know I would be the one repairing it and keeping up with the services appointments and such - which is not a problem. I

'm not a rich man and only want the best that i can get for my gal. :) I’m only looking to spend about 5-6 thousand $US.

ikeman
04-25-2006, 07:34 PM
I am not having any luck getting any help from any of the jag forums – perhaps you guys would be kind enough to answer my question: my fiancée is absolutely in LOVE with Jaguar cars - so I've decided to buy her one for her wedding present (89-91 XJ6). I've been in the car industry in the past and have not heard many, if any, good things about Jags (constant repairs, unreliable, etc.) I called a Jag mechanic and asked him about the 89-91 XJ6 and he said it would be a good car for her. She’s fairly good about maintaining her cars – but I know I would be the one repairing it and keeping up with the services appointments and such - which is not a problem. I

'm not a rich man and only want the best that i can get for my gal. :) I’m only looking to spend about 5-6 thousand $US.


i think i found a resolution i have a jaguar im trying to get rid of and if your interested i can e-mail you some pics and information you can e-mail me isaacconde@hotmail.com

michaelodonnell123
11-11-2007, 11:58 PM
Jaguars were made terrible those years...and they are ugly. Go for a 95 to 97 year instead. Much better quality.

JasonSpaeth
12-23-2007, 03:00 AM
I agree. A series 3 (1979-1987) or a 1995 and up are much better looking and quality then the years you have listed. I used to have a 85 and a 87. Both were good cars.

route60
03-04-2008, 11:22 AM
I have a 1987 XJ6 for sale! Needs a Fuel Pump. Its on my website. www.route60autosalvage.com under parts cars. Let me know if interested.

djagman
07-26-2008, 12:45 AM
avoid 88-94 xj6s.if you are an enthusiast and a mechanic or rich.get a series 3.or get a 1995 or newer..........

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07-26-2008, 01:31 AM
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